Budding Curiosity - Adoption Talks with Preschoolers

Between the ages of three and five, children love hearing the story of how you became a family, and begin to ask their first, simple questions about adoption. AF takes you inside the mind of your preschooler, and offers tips for talking.

Children will start to have adoption questions in preschool
You've probably been telling your child her adoption story from the first day she came home. In the early years, adoption talks are generally one-sided. By the time she's three, a child may be able to adorably recite the entire tale, or joyfully chime in at her favorite parts. But the conversation is about to get much more interactive. Three- to five-year-olds are famous for asking a lot of questions, so you can expect that your child will have questions about adoption. Yet keep in ...

Between the ages of three and five, children love hearing the story of how you became a family, and begin to ask their first, simple questions about adoption. AF takes you inside the mind of your preschooler, and offers tips for talking.

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